Camille Yarbrough is an American musician, actress, poet, activist, television producer and author. She is probably best known for "Take Yo’ Praise", which was originally recorded in 1975 for her first and only album The Iron Pot Cooker, released on Vanguard Records. The album was based on the 1971 stage dramatization of Yarbrough’s one-woman/spoken word show: Tales and Tunes of an African American Griot which she toured nationally during the 1970s and 1980s.
All we know about kASPLATTY is that he’s from Sydney, Australia, and posts some very excellent remixes and edits to his Soundcloud page.
Like his take on this Camille Yarbrough track, for instance. It’s a nice slow burn, and reflects our mood as we cling to summer on this, the first day of fall.
All the best to you for the change of season, and the weekend. Enjoy.
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